This US DEADLY Submarine Will Destroy China In 30 SecondsApr 18, 2023
Australia is about to become a true world power along with the US and the UK. The country
willbuild one of the deadliest and invincible nuclear-powered conventionally armed
submarines in history and they
willnot stop with a minimum budget of $245 billion
thiswould be the largest defense expenditure in Australian history
thisQuest would increase on its own the military might of Australia from a lower level NATO member to a leading member that could
destroyentire countries in minutes and all thanks to China who have continued to threaten and attack Australia well that ends now as they China would probably be more careful if it had been following all this Australian
submarinenews in September 2021.
Australia, the UK and the US announced a program called August, which is a coined abbreviation of the initials of the three nations. About two weeks ago, on March 13, Australia's Albanian US Prime Minister President Biden and UK Prime Minister Sunak were at the Point Loma Naval Base in San Diego, California to discuss in detail the August program in addition to the submarines that are being built. Under the alliance for both Australia and the UK, the US will also sell three of its most powerful submarines, the Virginia-class submarines, to Australia with the option to go up to five should the need arise, this it would deter or counter a Chinese threat. when the new class of submarines enters service, the new class of submarines known as SSN August is also well underway and has matured quite a bit, at 70 percent maturity, according to Vice Admiral Jonathan Mead, the head of the August task force. of Australia, at the end the submarines of the class will operate. such as the large attack submarines that have been deployed by the Australian and UK Navies, and that is the first time a nuclear powered submarine has been developed for simultaneous use by two navies pooling experience and resource designs, currently the UK provides most of the expertise. and design, as the new subs are based on the UK's next-generation ssnr nuclear attack submarine, which is what evolved into the SSN.
Originally known as the future maritime submarine capability, but later renamed the submersible ship nuclear replacement or ssnr to kick-start the ssnr effort, an initial grant of $234 million was awarded by the UK Ministry of Defense equally between BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce to get both companies thinking. about the types of capabilities the new ssnr class submarines could handle, all was going well kind Rosy and to plan until China decided to be a little too aggressive in ignoring the invasion of sovereign territory and firing laser beams at foreign and US aircraft. all countries to be aggressive with
chinachose the one country that has the perfect friendliest alliance with the usa and uk for these united world powers australia must be protected at all costs and would now turn the country into a world power rivaled only by them in March 2023 British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced that the UK would increase defense spending by an additional $6bn over the next two years with the August program expected to benefit from this.
It was also in March 2023 that the UK ssnr project was renamed SSN August which will now build powerful nuclear submarines for not only the UK but also Australia with nuclear powered vertical launch systems and other technologies contributed by the US. This would make Australia only the second country in history after the UK to gain access to US nuclear submarine technology with respect to vertical launch systems. The US and UK were already working on ones in development in another UK in the works submarine class, the Dreadnought class ssbns, these vertical launch systems would generally be nuclear capable however President Biden made it clear that the orcis submarines Australia receives will have no nuclear weapons only nuclear powered, the submarines will have no nuclear weapons of any kind according to him Australia is a proud non-nuke state and is committed to staying that way , Vice Admiral Mead also addressed fears related to nuclear power in Australia particularly about the safety of having nuclear technology on land, responding that both the US and the UK have an unblemished track record with their more than 500 nuclear reactors in the last seven decades they have driven 149 million miles of travel which is 300 times the journey to the moon and back this effectiveness is ensured by the highest safety standards and Australia according to Deputy Mead will maintain them in addition to that safety measure it was revealed that the nuclear reactors to power the Australian submarines will arrive in the country sealed and armored soldiers will not be opened during the three decades of life of the subs, which would imply a decommissioning around the 2070s, as it is expected For Australian SSN August submarines to enter service in the 2040s to replace the country's Collins-class marines, the UK would have the first of its SSN August submarines a decade earlier, albeit in the 2030s, given that the country already has the infrastructure to build nuclear submarines, Australia at the moment does not, but the UK and US are committed to helping Australia develop its own indigenous manufacturing capacity. it will be so huge that it is expected to provide 20,000 jobs over the next 30 years with 8,500 people directly employed by Australia's Submarine Construction and Maintenance Department; however all of these Australian developments are at least two decades in the future, but the country needs a sovereign fleet upgrade as soon as now, for this reason the US will make a delivery to Australia in the decade Of 2030 of its most advanced submarines, the Virginia-class submarines representing its class enter the USS Virginia, the first of the Virginia-class submarines and the first US Navy.
The submarine will be designed entirely on a computer. USS Virginia is a nuclear-powered cruise missile fast attack submarine built by the electric boat division of General Dynamics. It was handed over to the Navy in 2004, but it wouldn't spend long enjoying its new home just a year after it was deployed in support of the global war on terror, where it showcased its power and stealthy reconnaissance and weapon system technology. as a result of millions of hours of relentless work; in fact, in 2007, an estimated 35 million man-hours had already been spent designing the Virginia-class building a single Virginia-class submarine required around 9 million man-hours and more than four thousand suppliers, resulting in on a submarine with a price tag of $3.45 billion as of 2021.
However, one reason for this incredibly high cost is that the USS Virginia being the first in the cup missed some cost reduction and optimization courses that for a program that cost 29 billion dollars they were too important. The USS Virginia and her sister ships have a top speed of 25 knots on the surface and a 35 Olympic gold winner. knots underwater are able to stealthily swim silently at 25 knots this american dominance in the mobility department is due to a general electric sg9 nuclear reactor that can run for over 30 years without having to refuel in terms of weaponry the virginia class wheeled 65 missiles and torpedoes in total, these include the ugm84 sub-barpoon missile whose main hobby is putting ships underwater, the novel anti-ship and ground attack dual purpose Tomahawk which is highly lethal and maneuverable with its ability to change course and enable new in-flight target corrections and then the Mark 48 advanced capability heavyweight guided torpedoes, the heavyweight guided torpedoes that do it all
destroyany target in sight no matter how large these targets are detected with relative ease by submarines because they are equipped with the most advanced sensor suite the US has to offer, these include a U-shaped large aperture bow sonar array, lightweight large aperture arrays in the port and starboard flanks, a towed TB29 passive array for rear detection, and a sail and chin mounted high frequency sonar array to detect and avoid overly destructive sea mines, however, when the submarines are not disintegrating targets searching for them or evading sea mines, they can spy for intelligence or insert teams of Navy SEALS or other special forces thanks to an advanced management system that enhances their ability to function well near shore this style of espionage operation is made possible by to an unimaginable level of stealth for submarines made possible by the overall quietness of the propulsion Urethane plates applied to the hull to dampen internal sound and absorb rather than reflect sonar pulses and then software systems to monitor and reduce electromagnetic signatures where necessary the Virginia class is a class of stealthy, sensitive and heavily armed submarines that most would consider the Navy's version of the best since sliced bread and soon Australia would have a fleet of these American submarines to call their name. theirs Australian naval personnel are already embedded in the US Army's nuclear propulsion school and will likely be tasked with returning to Australia to train the future generation of sailors who will operate the Virginia-class submarines after a decade of In service in Australia, the Virginia-class submarines will join the SSN August submarines, all working hand in hand side by side and missile by missile to send a clear message to China that it will not mess with Australia and another message to the rest of the world that that we should all subscribe to this channel. and give this video a like so do it now if you haven't for australia thanks for watching
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